nanowrimoAre Parents Under-Reporting the eBooks They Buy for their Kids? (The Digital Reader)
One common concern with consumer surveys is that the respondents might not answer truthfully. Whether through unconscious bias or simple oversight, there’s always a chance that data from a survey might not be as reliable as it would appear.

3 Questions About the Goodreads Gender Study (Book Riot)
In case you missed it, Goodreads did a study on 40,000 users of their site (20,000 women and 20,000 men). Then they took those users’ stats and came up with some interesting information.

5 Indie Novels That Got Their Start in NaNoWriMo (IndieReader)
We’re about halfway through National Novel Writing Month, which means about 300,000+ ambitious writers are fast at work constructing novels, memoirs, short story collections and more before December.

Ebook Publishing Gets More Difficult from Here – Here’s How to Succeed (Smashwords)
For indie authors, there’s never been a better time to self-publish an ebook.  Thanks to an ever-growing global market for your ebooks, your books are couple clicks away from over one billion potential readers on smart phones, tablets and e-readers.

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